Packages by pwmckenna <pwmckenna@gmail.com> (Patrick Williams) [SYNC profile]

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@Patrick Williams Tue Apr 15 2014 02:57:26 GMT+0800 (China Standard Time) false

  • bunyan-promise (latest: 0.1.4) Bunyan formatted tracking of outstanding promises, progress, errors, and resolution times.
  • generator-btapp (latest: 0.2.8) BitTorrent btapp.js web app yeoman generator
  • generator-travis-ci (latest: 0.6.6) Yeoman generator that sets up travis-ci to do automated github pages deployment on every commit.
  • grunt-bunyan (latest: 0.5.0) Grunt task to pipe grunt output through bunyan cli
  • grunt-heroku-env (latest: 0.0.2) Converts the files heroku places in ENV_DIR during the compilation step into process.env key value pairs
  • npm-license-walker (latest: 0.1.0) output the license of a package, and all its dependencies
  • prefix-drip-stream (latest: 0.0.3) Given a prefix, this read/write stream will pre-emptively write small increments ("drip") until actual content is written to the stream.
  • tunewiki (latest: 0.0.4) NodeJS wrapper for the TuneWiki API
  • baggit (latest: 0.1.8) Store a file on github to be publicly accessible
  • matchmodule (latest: 0.2.0) Use minimatch to filter installed npm modules by name.
  • grunt-amd-commonjs-wrapper (latest: 0.0.4) Convert AMD Modules with declared dependencies into the Simplified CommonJS Wrapper style
  • react-validator-prop-types (latest: 1.1.0) [React PropType](https://facebook.github.io/react/docs/reusable-components.html#prop-validation) wrappers around [validator.js functions](https://github.com/chriso/validator.js#validators).
  • bunyan-hipchat-stream (latest: 1.0.0) ```js var BunyanHipchatStream = require('bunyan-hipchat-stream'); var bunyan = require('bunyan'); var logger = bunyan.createLogger({ name: 'test', streams: [ { level: 'trace', stream: process.stdout },
  • nodupdeps (latest: 1.1.0) CLI that ensures that there is only a single version of a dependency installed.
  • babel-preset-pwmckenna (latest: 1.0.2) I use the same babel presets/plugins for all my projects. This makes it super simple for me to configure `.babelrc`. I would recommend __*against*__ anyone else using this. This is kept in sync with [eslint-config-pwmckenna](https://github.com/pwmckenna/e
  • react-transform-style (latest: 1.0.4) React Transform adding support for 'className' and 'style' props on all components
  • travis-encrypt (latest: 2.1.1) Encrypts data for use in your travis-ci yml configuration file
  • eslint-config-pwmckenna (latest: 1.0.5) I use the same eslint config on all my projects. This makes it super simple for me to configure .eslintrc. I would recommend __*against*__ anyone else using this. This is kept in sync with [babel-preset-pwmckenna](https://github.com/pwmckenna/babel-preset
  • react-transform-hoc (latest: 1.0.0) React Transform that uses whatever Higher Order Component you provide
  • travis-lint (latest: 1.0.0) Lint your travis.yml file
  • restrict-prop-types (latest: 1.1.1) PropType warnings for extraneous props passed to the underlying component.
  • same-author (latest: 1.2.2) Test to see if a file was written by you. Useful for babel/webpack conditional loading.
  • strings-webpack-plugin (latest: 1.0.6) print strings found in the webpack output that match a whitelist of strings
  • path-pkg (latest: 1.1.1) Get package.json info for the package the path is in.
  • prop-type-error (latest: 1.0.0) Direct copy of PropTypeError from 'prop-types'
  • @porch/fluxible-resolver (latest: 3.1.19) Takes an object of resolvers, keyed by the name of the prop they are resolving, and doesn't render the underlying component until all data is available.
  • @porch/babel-preset-porch (latest: 2.4.1) This is kept in sync with [eslint-config-porch](https://github.com/porchdotcom/eslint-config-porch) so that eslint enforces the same syntax that babel can compile.
  • react-resolver (latest: 3.1.2) Async-rendering & data-fetching for universal React applications
  • travis-ci (latest: 2.2.0) node library to access the Travis-CI API
  • fluxible-context (latest: 1.0.0) Fluxible context singleton that can be used between apps and libraries to access a shared fluxible context.
  • bunyan-newrelic-stream (latest: 1.3.1) This library will send error logs to your newrelic account. It assumes that your application has a newrelic config file all set up.
  • fluxible-hooks (latest: 1.0.5) ```js import { useStores } from 'fluxible-hooks';

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